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Indent Studios boosts film industry

Portland's film industry is getting bigger, thanks in part to new facilities like the $2 million Indent Studios.

Portland's film industry is getting bigger, thanks in part to new facilities like the $2 million Indent Studios.

The larger goal of Indent, with its sophisticated soundstage and editing facilities, is to help harness these 
local assets to make Portland a de facto Hollywood backlot, with skilled pros but without snarled traffic. (As Indent founder Tim Whitcomb likes to point out, an LA-to-Portland flight can take less time than a drive across LA itself.)

The local film industry is on the cusp of a banner year. Six features from Oregon premiered at January’s Sundance Film Festival, including How to Die in Oregon, a documentary about assisted suicide that nabbed a prestigious grand jury prize. This month, renowned transplant Todd Haynes hits the small screen with the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce. Homegrown director Aaron Katz’s sly, Portland-shot detective tale Cold Weather opened this winter to strong reviews and decent box office. Later this year, local icon Gus Van Sant will look for another idiosyncratic hit with Restless, shot in North Portland.

Read more at Portland Monthly.

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